This course covers the features in Power BI that allow you to enhance the functionality of your reports to improve the user experience.
- Create bookmarks and tooltips on your Power BI Reports
- Edit and configure interactions on visuals, apply sorting, use sync, and drill through and cross filter data on your visuals
- Learn about report navigation, including how to use the selection pane, export data, and design your reports for mobile devices
This course is intended for data analysts or anyone who wants to create more meaningful reports using Power BI.
To get the most out of this course, you should already have an understanding of how data interacts with Power BI reports and as well as how to create reports and edit visuals.
Hi everyone. My name is Jake Gardner and I will be taking you through this course on enriching reports in Power BI. I've been in the industry for nine years and have worked with clients through a wide range of industries from manufacturing to retail to professional services. Just to let you know, if you have any issues with this course or have any questions, please send us through an email on firstname.lastname@example.org and one of our team members will be able to help.
During this course on enriching reports in Power BI, we will first cover creating bookmarks and tooltips on your Power BI reports. We will then go through editing and configuring interactions on visuals, applying sorting, using sync, and how to drill through and cross filter data on your visuals. We will then take a look at report navigation using the selection pane, exporting data, and designing your reports for mobile devices. There are a few prerequisites for this course. It will be expected you already understand how data interacts with Power BI reports and also have a good understanding of how to create reports and edit visuals. There will be a lot to cover in this course, so let's dive right in.
Jake is an IT manager for a managed services company that works with small- to medium-size businesses and manages their IT. He mainly works with a Microsoft Stack, from Servers to Microsoft 365 & Azure. He also specializes in business process improvement helping businesses to leverage technology to speed up their workflows. Jake really enjoys testing out new technologies and seeing what they can do. Outside of work he enjoys kayak fishing, gardening, and going to the gym.